The jury, consisting of eight women and four men, awarded Huth $500,000 in punitive damages. No punitive compensation was awarded.
Huth first filed the case in 2014, claiming that sex and both willful and negligent cause mental distress. Initial records put the incident in 1974 when Huth was 15 years old, but the date was later revised to 1975, when Huth was 16 years old.
Through his attorneys, Cosby, 84, has denied all allegations of sexual misconduct.
In his complaint, Huth told of meeting Cosby at a park where he was filming a movie. After befriending Huth and a friend, Cosby is said to have invited them to join him at his tennis club. From there, Huth alleges, the comedian invited them to a house where he served young women alcoholic beverages and then took them to the Playboy Mansion.
Huth alleges that although Cosby knew her and her friends’ ages, he instructed the teens “that if any Playboy bunny asks their age, they should say they’re 19. “
Huth also testified that Cosby took her to a bedroom in the mansion, where he had sex with her.
CNN has reached out to Cosby’s attorneys for comment on the ruling.
This is the first civil case that Cosby’s accuser has brought to trial.